On Monday, August 19, six suspects were placed under arrest at a Huntington residence. Charges ranged from trafficking methamphetamine to possession of drug paraphernalia.
A deputy from the Sebastian County Sheriff’s Office made contact with parolee Timothy Hutson, 45, of Huntington. Officers found Hutson walking through the yard with a bottle of pills and brass knuckles.
Inside the residence were Wesley Cumbie, 48, also on parole, Sterling Albright, 29, and Trinity McKusker, 41. After searching the residence, law enforcement discovered a meth pipe inside a dresser drawer and a black lock box under the bed. Inside, scales, a large amount of methamphetamine, approximately .323 grams, paraphernalia, and marijuana.
Also detained were Barbara Slate, 33, and a juvenile. After giving consent to search the vehicle, officers located two pill bottles. One had no label, and contained pills, the other, an unknown liquid.
Hutson was charged with a parole violation, trafficking methamphetamine, possession of drug paraphernalia – felony, two counts possession of a scheduled 4 substance, one count of possession of a schedule 1/2 substance, and maintaining premises drug act; Sterling was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia – felony; Slate was charged with possession of misbranded drugs as well as several warrants; Cumbie was charged with a parole violation, possession of drug paraphernalia – felony and possession of a schedule 1/2 substance; McKusker was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia – felony.
Well, that is a start!